Twenty-five years ago, serial entrepreneur John Elkington coined the phrase “Triple Bottom Line.” His notion that businesses need to manage under the bottom lines of “Profit,” “People” and “Planet” has been a revolutionary driver of change for many companies from start-up to Fortune 500.
Christian business leaders often wonder how best to manage in a way that glorifies God. Those bold enough to lead businesses these days face immense challenges. Millennials make new demands compared to their parents and grandparents. Global business, artificial intelligence and robots all shift.
According to new research, the number of American adults who describe themselves as Christian is down 12% over the past decade, and the amount of religiously unaffiliated Americans has risen to 17% since 2009.
What Does Coffee Have to Do with Discipleship? If you happen to be wandering through downtown Boston one day, consider stopping at The Well Coffee House, located on the Freedom Trail beside the Old State House.
Sattler Talks: Lecture Series Number Two Many people talk of wanting peace, but few have practiced Jesus’ radical peace teaching as fully as Pablo Yoder of Nicaragua.
In the coming months, we will occasionally feature student reflections on books they've read in class or other aspects of their life and studies. In the following essay, Matthew Baugher explores surrender through the writings of medieval authors Erasmus and Augustine..
Imagine yourself walking down a narrow, mauve-carpeted stairway and stepping into a noisy basement room. Students from many ethnicities sit shoulder-to-shoulder around circular tables, and Spanish and Mandarin blend with English in the dinner conversations. Colorful dishes of food line the.
Although the majority of Sattler College students have learned to know God through the Anabaptist tradition, the college is home to students from a variety of Christian backgrounds. These students include Kate Basore, Seth Howell, Maykel Saad, and David Dodson. These individuals have shared their.
In the following interpretive essay, Austin Lapp uses the works of several medieval theologians to explore the tension between humility and the acquisition of knowledge. .
“Journey groups...have really pushed me to seek God more.” -Matthew Baugher Every week, students at Sattler College meet in small discipleship groups composed of several students and a supportive staff leader. Journey groups are an integral part of Christian discipleship here at Sattler.